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10:04

National

Socialists win general election, as PP recovers, Vox becomes third party and Ciudadanos collapses

SUR

Sunday's repeat general election brought another win for the PSOE, although the result leaves the Socialists with three fewer seats than they gained in April (120 instead of 123 at nearly 99% of votes counted). The conservative Partido ... Podemos) lost seven seats, ending up with 35. Sunday's elections came after the Socialists and Unidos Podemos failed to reach an agreement to form a government after the general election in April. The new result has not helped Socialist leader and ... minority parties. Malaga province In Malaga the PSOE won the election, keeping the Socialists' four representatives in Madrid. The fight for second place in the province was tight, with Vox threatening to overtake the PP, ending up with just some 800

14:57

Opinion

The price to pay

Mark Nayler

...fractured political scene is compromise and coalition. It's a compelling point, as none of the country's five main political parties has a large enough share of the national vote to rule by itself. Yet the standoff between the Socialists and UP shows that

12:06

National

Sánchez suggests a Portuguese or Danish model in order to be next PM

SUR

...smooth the way towards a new government following the example of other countries such as Portugal or Denmark. In both these countries the Socialists govern alone but with support from other left-wing parties, an option that Sánchez is pushing for after

19:12

Opinion

Take my advice

Mark Nayler

Increasing, or at least maintaining, Spain's productivity and competitiveness is one challenge faced by the country's new leftist government. But even more important for the untested team comprised of Pedro Sánchez's Socialists and Pablo Iglesias'

16:57

Opinion

Deal with it

Mark Nayler

We now know that Pablo Iglesias' Unidas Podemos (UP) didn't support Pedro Sánchez's Socialists (the PSOE) in Thursday's second investiture vote. The two party leaders have been trying to form a coalition government ever since April 29th's ... inconclusive general election, but on Wednesday evening, sources close to the PSOE revealed that the negotiations had failed. Sánchez maintains that Iglesias is too far to the left of the Socialists when it comes to economics, although it's debatable whether ... Socialists are hardly "Party Number One" in this respect, though: shortly after winning April's election, Sánchez announced his intention to raise billions more per year in revenues, partly by increasing corporation tax. Podemos and the PSOE differ only in